Concordia University Ann Arbor (CUAA) is a private, liberal arts university in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, CUAA entered into a unique alliance with Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) in July, 2013 that is beneficial to both schools. CUW broadens its reach into a new geographical area, while CUAA strengthens its enrollment, marketing, and administrative support to continue providing LCMS higher education to students in the Great Lakes region.

The Concordia Difference

  • Our small class size and low student-to-professor ratio foster close relationships between students and faculty and create a supportive, caring community.
  • The schools at Concordia Ann Arbor (School of Arts & Sciences, School of Education, and Haab School of Business Administration) offer students a great liberal arts education while teaching them the ethics and values needed to succeed.
  • Our 187-acre campus on the banks of the Huron River creates a beautiful and safe environment just minutes from the restaurants, cultural activities and resources of downtown Ann Arbor.

President Patrick Ferry

The energy here on campus is palpable; the enthusiasm contagious. The evidence of God’s hand at work within the Concordia community is manifested in many ways. In the time I have been privileged to be associated with Concordia in Ann Arbor, nothing has impressed me more than the people. God’s people are here and, with remarkable dedication and commitment, have embraced the challenges and the opportunities before us. The campus is beautiful—the grounds are gorgeous and the setting is stunning. The old facilities are being refurbished and new ones will be built. But, what really brings CUAA to life fifty years into this story is the people—students, faculty, and staff—who have come together at this time, in this place, and truly define Concordia.